There are two exclamation marks in that title, but it can’t be helped, because today is the day that Scones Away! part three of The Cornish Cream Tea Bus, is published. Hurrah! These part releases are coming thick and fast, and I can’t believe it’s the turn of the beautiful green cover, which hides the fact that Charlie might, potentially, get herself in a sticky situation . . . But you’ll have to read it to find out exactly what happens.
Here is the blurb:
Charlie’s toughest technical challenge yet…
Now that Charlie’s Cornish Cream Tea bus has taken off, everything should be going swimmingly – the locals love her baking, Marmite adores getting his paws wet in the crystal-clear sea at Porthgolow beach, but Charlie has manged to get on the wrong side of the mercurial owner of The Porthgolow Hotel, Daniel Harper. He wants her to pack up her doillies and pastry cutters and take her bus elsewhere, but can Charlie convince him that they have just got off on the wrong foot and that her bus could be the start of something wonderful for the little village?
It’s only 99p from all good e-book retailers, and I really hope that if you read it you enjoy it! Today is a brilliant day for all kinds of reasons. Two of my favourite authors have got books out – A Postcard from Italy by the consistently wonderful Alex Brown, and The Spanish Promise by Karen Swan, which I finished yesterday and is beyond brilliant. (If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen me gushing about Karen’s books on my stories yesterday. I am happy to call myself a Karen Swan Superfan).
There is also a very small matter of England Vs Australia in the cricket world cup Semi-Final. I’m actually wondering, being Sky-TV-less, if I can find a pub somewhere and sneak away and watch it.
ANYWAY. That is the news. Happy Thursday, people. Go out! Enjoy books! Cheer England on, even if you don’t know your googly from your jaffa.